Home Town fest returns to Round Lake

  • Jacob Chrzastowski, 7, of Round Lake climbs to the top of the climbing wall, hosted by the Boy Scouts, during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday.

      Jacob Chrzastowski, 7, of Round Lake climbs to the top of the climbing wall, hosted by the Boy Scouts, during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Daniel Leiva, 10, of Round Lake crosses a rope bridge with the guidance of Eva Ramirez, left, and Karla Figueroa during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday.

      Daniel Leiva, 10, of Round Lake crosses a rope bridge with the guidance of Eva Ramirez, left, and Karla Figueroa during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Haylee Johanson, 7, of Ingleside smiles while having her face painted during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday.

      Haylee Johanson, 7, of Ingleside smiles while having her face painted during the Round Lake Home Town Festival Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report
Updated 9/6/2014 5:22 PM

A car show, beer tent and food vendors, a craft show and bingo were all part of the village of Round Lake's annual Home Town Festival on Saturday.

The Oak Savannah just off Route 134 was the site for the fest, which included kids activities such as a petting zoo and pony rides, a puppet show, a climbing wall and rope bridge, hair chalking, a slime and foam machine.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

There were also contests, and performances with Duke Tumatoe and The Kinsey Report providing the live entertainment.

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